Good Sunday, everyone. A taste of winter invaded the bluegrass state this weekend as some sleet showers were reported in northeastern Kentucky. That’s right… sleep on the 4th day of October. This cold pattern is about to give way to one that looks pretty wet in our part of the world.
We will likely start today out with temps in the low and middle 30s in many areas. This could lead to areas of frost, but winds should keep this from becoming a killing frost. Afternoon highs will hit the upper 50s to low 60s as clouds increase. Those clouds could spit out a few showers by the evening.
Shower chances will increase on Monday and some thunder and lightning could join the mix. Southern sections of the state could even get in on a few strong storms. Heavy rainfall will be a good bet in some areas through Tuesday. Check out the rainfall numbers from the models:
Wednesday should be the driest day of the week as we await the arrival of another system toward the end of the week. This one has the look of a potential heavy rain maker for many:
Let’s enjoy the rest of THIS weekend, first. Take care.